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PostSubject: Things to look forward too   Things to look forward too EmptyMon Aug 17, 2009 7:06 am

Your child will say "I love you"
The day you hear those three magical words from your child's lips — unprompted — your heart will melt.

When did your child first say "I love you"? Tell us!

Your child will get too big for your lap
Those peaceful moments of holding your child during feedings, while reading a book, or while just staring out the window will end. Really!

Your child will want time alone
Hearing an unfamiliar silence, you'll rush over to make sure everything's okay — and see your child happily playing alone. He may even go into his room and push the door closed, then pull a few toys or books off the shelf and entertain himself.

When did your child start to want time alone? Share your story.

Your child will teach you a thing or two
Your little one will remember where you put the keys, what flavor frosting was on her last birthday cake, and other things you can't recall. She'll also remind you of how the Constitution was drawn up and why fractions are helpful.

When will your child start teaching you things? Find out.

Your child will hurt your feelings
One day your little one will say "I hate you!" He'll also tell you how "mean" or "embarrassing" you are. And then there are the daily honesties that can be hard to hear: "Mommy, your teeth are yellow!" or "Daddy, your breath smells bad!"

When did your child first hurt your feelings? Tell us.

Your child will show true bravery
Your child will be terrified of doing something — say, riding her bike — and then, one day, you'll see her push through the fear and wobble off.

When did your child first show true bravery? Share your story.

Your child will make you a better person
You'll stop putting yourself down in front of the mirror and start being kinder to others as well, because your child is watching. You may even learn to love the vegetables and school subjects you used to detest.

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